Recently we tried out Pure Kitchen, a newer restaurant in Frisco. It’s over by Whole Foods, near the I-70 interchange. I had heard it was pretty expensive so we weren’t in any hurry to get there and try it out. That was unfortunate because it was good food and average prices for the area.
There were six of us. We went for Happy Hour and dinner afterwards. Happy Hour had half price signature cocktails or standard discounts for beer & wine. Apps were $2 off the menu price. Happy Hour started with a couple signature cocktails which were delicious. Then we added duck wings, cauliflower hummus and shoshito peppers. I thought the hummus was a little bland and someone commented that it didn’t really taste like hummus but was good. The peppers were great. I didn’t have a duck wing but heard they were also delicious.
For dinner, entrees were $20-30. There were also a good variety of bowls, salads and sandwiches which were $12-15 range. Pretty typical for Summit County. The menu boasts locally sourced, organic food. Even the alcohol was organic.
Our table had a couple different bowls, sandwiches and the tuna. Everyone really enjoyed their meals. I didn’t hear a single complaint about any of them. The bowls were big enough we we’re able to take them home and get another meal out of them. Next time, and there will be a next time, I have my eye on the Thai bowl.
We sat outside on the patio, which was good sized and a great summer feature. Often part of our criteria for where to eat is somewhere with a great patio. This one is big enough, even if you aren’t there for an early dinner, you can still get a table.
Pure Kitchen was a great experience that everyone of us enjoyed. Prices were reasonable and the seating was good. It’s someplace we will certainly be going back too!